Eli Manning: 'New York Giants need to reduce mistakes'

Manning: 'Giants need to reduce mistakes'
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New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning says that the team must eliminate errors.

Eli Manning has said that eliminating mistakes is key for the New York Giants.

The NFC East side are without a win this season, having fallen to the sixth defeat against the Chicago Bears on Thursday.

The quarterback told reporters: "I thought we made some improvements this week offensively with running the ball and pass protection and making some plays. We've just got to eliminate the mistakes.

"In each week you always build on the positives and you find the mistakes. You find the negative things and you try to eliminate those things. You learn from them. All we can do is just keep grinding and keep working.

"You don't know how it's going to turn out. Right now, the other NFC East teams have two wins and the best record team has two wins. We've got to stick together and just keep fighting and keep making improvements and see if we can get on a hot streak, but obviously it's just take one game at a time and worry about getting that first win and that will be a nice one."

The Giants face the Minnesota Vikings next weekend.

New York Giants' Eli Manning in action against New York Jets on August 24, 2013
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